Overall Susquehanna University Acceptance Rate
Accepted Applicants Profile
- SAT Scores: 1010 - 1220
- ACT Scores: 23 - 27
- Average GPA: 3.5
How Hard Is It to Get into Susquehanna University
Applicant Selectivity: Moderately Selective
The selectivity of applicants for undergraduate admissions to Susquehanna is considered moderately selective. Many accepted applicants score in the mid-range on the SAT or ACT exam, as well as having a solid high school GPA and number of college prep courses.
How Does Susquehanna University Compare to Other Liberal Arts Colleges in PA
Nearby College Acceptance Rates
|Franklin and Marshall College||32%|
|Grove City College||81%|
|Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary||75%|
|Saint Vincent College||70%|
|University of Pennsylvania||10%|
|Westminster College (PA)||94%|
General Recommendations & Requirements for Admissions
To apply for admission to Susquehanna University, incoming prospective students must submit at a minimum the following: (1) Official high school transcript; (2) School report and recommendation letter from a guidance counselor; and (3) SAT and/or ACT scores.
Susquehanna is a test-optional university, which means that students who do not wish to supply official exam results must indicate as such on the application. If it’s not indicated on the application that the test results will not be provided, then they will be required for admission.
Furthermore, students that wish to present a stronger application may submit additional materials such as letters of recommendation from high school teachers or audition videos and images for relevant degree programs.
Number of Applicants, Percent Admitted, and Enrolled Students
Average Standardized Test Scores
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||500 - 610|
|Math||510 - 610|
|Total Score:||1010 - 1220|
|ACT Section||Score Range|
|Composite Score:||23 - 27|